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Jessica Wilen Berg is a professor of law, bioethics, and public health with a joint appointment at Case Western Reserve Schools of Law and Medicine. She has been working on a variety of issues in public health law and ethics and recently published an article on tax-exempt hospitals and community benefit in the Georgia Law Review.

Nancy Berlinger is a research scholar at The Hastings Center and an adjunct lecturer in health care ethics at Yale School of Nursing. She wrote After Harm: Medical Error and the Ethics of Forgiveness (Johns Hopkins, 2005).

Vidya Bhushan Gupta is the medical doctor of the Hudson Valley Developmental Disabilities Services Office and professor of clinical pediatrics in the division of developmental pediatrics at New York Medical College. He has published articles on cultural issues of Asian Indians as they negotiate the health care systems in the United States.

Bruce Jennings is director of bioethics at the Center for Humans and Nature in New York and edits the electronic journal Minding Nature.

John D. Lantos directs the Children’s Mercy Hospital Bioethics Center in Kansas City and is visiting professor of neonatology at The University of Chicago. He is the author of Neonatal Bioethics: The Moral Challenges of Medical Innovation (Johns Hopkins, 2007).

Alex John London is associate professor of philosophy and director of the Center for the Advancement of Applied Ethics and Political Philosophy at Carnegie Mellon University. He is coeditor of the seventh edition of Ethical Issues in Modern Medicine (McGraw Hill, 2009) and his work on research ethics has appeared in Science, The Lancet, and the Hastings Center Report, among other journals.

Martha Montello is associate professor of history and philosophy of medicine at the University of Kansas School of Medicine. She is coauthor of Stories Matter: The Role of Narrative in Medical Ethics (Routledge, 2002).

Debjani Muhkerjee is an assistant professor of physical medicine and rehabilitation and of medical humanities and bioethics at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. She is also the director of the Donnelley Family Disability Ethics Program at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago.

Carl E. Schneider is Chauncey Stillman Professor of Law and Professor of Internal Medicine at the University of Michigan and coauthor of a casebook on the law of bioethics.

Virginia A. Sharpe is on the staff of the National Center for Ethics in Health Care at the Veterans Health Administration and teaches at Georgetown University. She is also a member of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Human Subjects Review Board.

K. Steslow is a doctoral candidate in bioethics at the University of Otago, New Zealand. Her research interests include the philosophy of psychiatry, Wittgensteinian ethics, and the psychology of religious experience.

Kevin J.S. Zollman is assistant professor of philosophy at Carnegie Mellon University. His research interests are in game theory and mathematical modeling of social behavior. His most recent paper appears in the Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences. [End Page 48]



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